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Old 11-22-2015, 03:34 PM   #1
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Crippled version of Quagga on router


Hello,

I'm not very well in Linux and new in Quagga, and I don't know the structure of apps.

I have a linux-based router with Quagga installed for OSPF/BGP.
rpm -qa shows me quagga-chroot-0.99.23-307.gadfe2ad.rb2.

I need to use "ip protocol ospf", but there's no such command in list:

utm(config)# ip
prefix-list Build a prefix list


Is it possible to "unlock" commands by swapping files/libs from original rpm or I'll have to completely reinstall Quagga from "full" package?

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 11-29-2015, 07:39 AM   #2
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I'm not very well in Linux and new in Quagga, and I don't know the structure of apps.
Then you should address that first. You will minimally need to know where the configuration files are, how to verify OSPF is enabled and how to start or restart the appropriate service(s):


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I need to use "ip protocol ospf" (..) Is it possible to "unlock" commands by swapping files/libs from original rpm or I'll have to completely reinstall Quagga from "full" package?
If you require OSPF for IPv4 and or IPv6 then Quagga configuration for OSPF must be enabled and the ospf service started.
 
Old 11-30-2015, 01:51 AM   #3
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Thank you, unSpawn.

Of course OSPF is enabled and started, moreover - it works in production environment.
I know how to edit configuration, but I can filter only redistribution from other protocols (by route maps).
I cant use either access-list nor prefix-list for filtering with distribute-list in.

AFAIK in Quagga such filtration can be implemented with command ip protocol protocol route-map routemap, but I cant find it in my package.
 
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Latest Quagga (0.99.24.1) is from 2015-Mar-07 while yours is from, well I don't know. Indeed maybe try new package version.
 
  


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